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The organized labor movement is coming for the land of superheroes and ink-stained wretches in the form of a proposed Image Comics union.
The pop culture festival returns to the Convention Center this year with a typically starry lineup. Here's what we're most excited about.
"I remember going to see Batman in the theater in 1989, and I never thought I'd have the opportunity to experience that in my own way," says the comic...
Where to Live Now
An epic park for dog-lovers, indoor soccer for young and old, and prime rib for serious carnivores
Artists, athletes, musicians, business boosters, and celebs encourage Portlanders to take their love to town—or rather, spend their dollars in town.
With help from Polygon comics editor Susan Polo, we untangle the web of Miles's complicated origin story.
Tale of the Tots
When it comes to Portlanders’ relationship with the brewpub-theater-hotel chain, well, it’s complicated.
Spring Arts: TV
We take a look at ABC’s Rose City–set procedural.
Local cartoonists, Harry Potter, and Weird Al star at the year's geekiest event.
The Portland-set graphic novel adaptation dropped its kinetic first footage last Thursday.
We offer our picks for fictional and living, breathing legends.
Portland Monthly Staff
Writer Greg Rucka, along with artists Justin Greenwood and Matthew Southworth, will be executive producers.
Meet Naomi, a new character created by Portland writers Brian Michael Bendis and David Walker.
Hungry Ghosts, cowritten with longtime collaborator Joel Rose, was released by Dark Horse Comics four months after Bourdain’s 2018 death.
Portlanders Erika Moen and Matthew Nolan set out to school us on the basics.
Heroes & Villains
James Comey to Osama bin Laden to Lady Gaga, Portland's TidalWave Productions turns news into comic books.
Portland’s biggest celebration of fandom, comics, and cosplay starts tonight.
A Portland couple—she's an illustrator; he's a children's book writer—pay tribute to 44.
Decent Don is helpful, kind, and generous.
Prepare for a trove of chic threads, comic-book finds, stylish stationery, and lady-approved sex toys.